Cloud Charts

Trading success with the Ichimoku Technique

by David Linton (Author)


(P&P £5)

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  • Format: Hardback 200 pages with full colour charts
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Cloud Charts teaches you all about the Ichimoku technique originally from Japan and now used by traders all over the world. The book is the first major work in English on the technique and covers everything you need to know to trade with Ichimoku effectively. Cloud Charts comes with full introductory summary to the most useful technical analysis techniques and how to apply them with Cloud Charts. The book covers many groundbreaking ideas including multiple timeframe analysis, combining clouds and other techniques, backtesting and trading strategies.

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David Linton MFTA
Chief Executive, Updata plc

David Linton was born and raised near Melbourne, Australia and studied engineering at King’s College, University of London in the United Kingdom. After graduating he dealt in Traded Options on the London Stock Exchange and developed computer software for analysing price behaviour. In 1991, David founded Updata plc, based in London, where he is Chief Executive Officer. Professional traders and analysts now use Updata in over forty countries around the world.

David is a well known commentator on financial markets in the UK. He has appeared on BBC television, ITN News, Bloomberg and CNBC finance channels and has written for The Mail on Sunday, Shares Magazine and the Investors Chronicle. He has taught Technical Analysis to thousands of traders and investors in Europe over the last two decades with numerous financial institutions employing him to teach and train their trading teams.

He is a member of the UK Society of Technical Analysis (STA) where he teaches the Ichimoku technique as part of the STA Diploma Course and is a holder of the MSTA designation. He is a member of the Association of American Professional Technical Analysts (AAPTA) and was awarded the Master Financial Technical Analyst (MFTA) qualification by the International Federation of Technical Analysts (IFTA) for his paper on the Optimisation of Trailing Stop-losses in 2008.